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Dr. Sonya Trueblood, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with adults, couples, adolescents, and children and the founder of Trueblood Psychological Services, LLC.
Areas of Interest and Treatment
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children
Anxiety Disorders in Adults, Adolescents, and Children
Behavioral Disorders in Adolescents and Children
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Dr. Trueblood is a strength-based psychologist who who uses cognitive behavioral and Rogerian approaches to help people see challenges as opportunities for growth. She believes by using perspective and available internal and external resources, an individual creates a stronger self leading to healthier, happier, and more fulfilling relationships. Focus on the mind, body, and spirit are also encouraged and incorporated into treatment to provide a holistic approach. In working with adolescents, Dr. Trueblood feels giving them respect, supportive listening, additional perspective, and healthier coping skills will increase their ego-strength and result in more positive relationships with peers, parents, and self. When providing services to children, Dr. Trueblood sees the parent(s) as central in treatment. Helping parents and children develop coping skills is imperative to the child’s healthy development. This is done by parental education and support and through cognitive and play therapy with the children.
Doctorate in Psychology - 2009 - Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology
Master in Science - 2005 - Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology
Master of Science Social Work -1990 - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bachelor of Arts - 1989 - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Additional Training and Affiliations
EMDR I - 2009
Grief Certificate Program - Marquette University
Member of the American Psychological Association
Dr. Trueblood is married and has two adult daughters with her oldest having autism. Dr. Trueblood enjoys gardening, running with her dog, spending time with family and friends, and watching her youngest play soccer at the college level.